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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with profuse:

2 syllables:
home use,
one use,
two views,
whose use,
do use,
no use,
now use,
to use,
who use,
cloth shoes,
clown shoes,
those shoes,
whose shoes,
wrote louise,
close views,
could use,
known views,
no news,
one used,
should use,
smoke flues,
those used,
those views,
whose views,
would use,
now used,
smoke fumes,
so used,
who used,
broke rules,
cloak rooms,
close rooms,
closed shoes,
float moves,
growth rooms,
growth rules,
known rules,
known tools,
no fruit,
one huge,
one moves,
probe moves,
scope rules,
smoke tubes,
soaked shoes,
soled shoes,
stone bruise,
stone moves,
stone rooms,
stone tombs,
stone tools,
those foods,
those fools,
those rooms,
those rules,
those tools,
throne rooms,
to schools,
toned shoes,
two schools,
whole foods,
whole moves,
whole rooms,
whose crews,
whose rooms,
whose rules,
be of use,
be no fool,
float tubes,
hope you,
how'd you,
known you,
knows you,
lose you,
no food,
no fool,
no rules


3 syllables:
above views,
blow a fuse,
of no use,
approach used,
approach views,
remote views,
blown a fuse,
blows a fuse,
enjoy views,
above rules,
alone moves,
alone rules,
anode tubes,
approach moves,
joseph hewes,
morocco shoes,
parole rules,
polish shoes,
propose rules,
triode tubes,
above you,
allow views,
narrow views



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